The Macedonian Front was a campaign fought during World War One in an attempt to aid Serbia which had been invaded by the Central Powers. Although the British and French forces arrived to late to aid the Serbs a front line was formed in Greece. For the next few years the multinational Entente forces sporadically engaged the Bulgarian Army that was, at times, aided by smaller contingents of other Central Powers forces. The Bulgarians were eventually defeated in September 1918, when the Entente launched a major offensive that broke the back of the Bulgarian Army.
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